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A weekend guide to Montreal

To visit Quebec is like visiting a country within a country. Quebecois culture is distinct from other provinces in its food, language, style, art and public policies!

Montreal has a pretty relaxed vibe,

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48 Hour Food Tour of Kingston, ON

This summer I was thrilled to be invited to explore Kingston, Ontario’s food scene with my husband. I used to visit Kingston back in my university days (nearly 10 years ago!); my best friends attended Queens. So, it was great to be back and I was curious to see how the city has changed over that time.

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A Guide to San Francisco (and the Bay Area)

The other night I had a dream that I was in San Francisco. As soon as I woke up I started sifting through all of my pictures of my time there in June. Do you ever go through old travel photos and think –

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A Guide to London

“Would you be willing to work in London for the rest of the summer?” asked my boss. “Of course!” I responded enthusiastically, not realizing that I’d be expected to have my bags packed in two weeks time. Needless to say,

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A weekend guide to Ottawa

Have you ever watched a movie or read a book without knowing much about it? I would recommend it. There is something about having no expectations, no pre-conceived notions in your head before embarking on a journey that makes it extra sweet.

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A Guide to New York City

NYC is addictive. No matter how many times I visit, I leave with an insatiable longing for more. Maybe it’s the high energy you feel while walking the busy streets. Or the countless number of things to do and see. 

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A Guide to Paris

One of the things I love about travelling is the anticipation leading up to a trip. You spend hours looking up breathtaking pictures of the sites you will see and places you’ll stay. You browse the street-view on googlemaps to give you a preview of what’s to come.